The fact is that because her name was pure in Salem, almost everybody trusted her. Abigail Williams accused lots of people in Salem, even people with a good reputation and good souls; she wanted to save herself so she did wrong things. In act III, she pretend that she was possessed by Mary Warren, repeating everything Mary said. How we can see, she was not a sane woman; after being the good niece from Reverend Parris to being a horrible and pitiless woman. She started the rumors of witchcraft in the whole Salem just to stay with John, doing impossible things to keep herself saved and to keep John.
The Inspector makes Sheila aware of the fact that she mistreated Eva Smith by insisting that she must be dismissed from Milwards. In a flashback Sheila confessed that she had reported her to the staff and said "This girl is very impertinent." In this scene, she said that out of jealousy and spitefulness; she uses the word
When it comes to peer pressure Melinda and I have ditching in common, but Melinda and I handled our situations very differently (Halse). Melinda handled the pressure where she actually gave into ditching because she was being bullied by her classmates(Halse). Melinda should have confronted
The children never admit to her accusations, which upsets the governess to sure a high degree that she even starts to blame the children of conspiring against her. All of the governess mental episodes is all just a lead up to prove that she is mentally insane. The governess believes she can see people that have passed away, and she views them as very dark and evil. There have been past caretakers involved with the uncle and children that were at the house frequently before her, and some have even passed away. The governess then had claimed to see some of the past workers, that have passed away.
The communication in fact escalated the conflict as Judith left and faced consequences as explained earlier. The other conflict I will be discussing is the internal conflict or the correct term being the intrapersonal conflict that Judith had with herself. This happened after she left her husband and went with Harley and got contracted with HIV. This conflict reached the stalemate/ hurting period and stayed there because she regretted what she did and it was evident that the conflict stayed at that period because years after she was still telling the story thus regretting the actions she took having to suffer such harsh consequences. This conflict with herself was resolved well because I felt she accepted her mistake and some conflicts are meant to stay at the hurting period as I learnt and I am seeing that evident here.
My partner, however, felt that I was being inconsiderate of her social anxiety, which I was not aware of early on in our relationship. Rather than telling me right, she kept it to herself and built it a lot of resentment towards me. When I confronted her one day after noticing that she was looking for any excuse not to go out, she finally opened up and told me how uncomfortable she was. I explained to her that I
Expectedly, Louise has gone through many positive and negative emotions during the time spent while being with her friends, so it is uncommon that she has reported a variety of different emotions which have been caused by her friends. 2.1 “anger” Louise’s referred indirectly to the fact that she found it strange how her friend tried to regain contact after the period of betrayal. Louise seems to be alluding to feelings of anger, as she feels that it was wrong of her friend to regain contact after she had betrayed her. I think she didn’t realise what she’s done (lines 667-668) We did have a bit of an argument about it (line 680) 2.2 “Regret”. Similarly to Louise’s feelings of anger she is also demonstrating regret.
I think Zoe should have called 911 right away rather than hesitating. She shouldn 't have called Max at all, and she should have only dialled Jane after calling 911. In the few minutes that Zoe hesitated her mother’s condition could have worsened. I’m sure there are a lot of variables in Zoe’s life that I didn’t take into account before deciding my opinion. Including their fame, Max’s over controlling policy that she shouldn 't publicise her mother’s condition, and the fact that this has happened before.
In addition to the iconic comment “I have always depended on the kindness of strangers,” Blanche’s vulnerability is also illuminated through stage directions such as “a look of sorrowful perplexity as though all human experience shows on her face” and “She turns her face to [the doctor] and stares at him with desperate pleading.” She could have depended on her career and focused on improving her life instead of turning to her temporary strangers. If she had turned toward her career, she could have built herself up again after Allan’s death. She could have left Elysian Fields when tensions rose between her and Stanley. Leaving creates opportunities that staying limits. All in all, the plot played out and taught readers a valuable lesson that in a world of violence some morals are worth keeping.
There was irony using superstition imagery throughout on Mrs Johnstone as she believed the lie that Mrs Lyons told her that “if either twin learns that he was one of a pair, they shall both immediately die”. Yet she realised that she had made a terrible mistake by going against her instincts soon after. Therefore, by the narrator using superstition imagery, it’s reminding her of her foolishness and hence her most costly mistake. Thus the audience know that she is haunted by her past constantly. It sufficed to say that most of the consequences and most of the happenings in the play can be traced back to superstition.